Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The effect comes on fast and strong, providing a powerful, racy effect that keeps users at full concentration, while generating seemingly unlimited amounts of energy. This is not a typical indica-dominant variety.
Lady Lavenberry was created by breeding a Plush Berry female to a Lavender Amnesia-Core male, with the results being phenomenal, with regards to potency and flavor. Lady Lavenberry has small, but dense buds that are caked in trichomes, with orange pistils distributed throughout the buds. This strain proudly boasts pungent flavors of fermented blackberries, with a similar aroma. Suffice to say the flavor and aroma are reminiscent of blackberry wine. Eighths of this strain can be expected to go for an average cost at most dispensaries.
Gardeners are advised to vegetate this variety around four to six weeks, before flipping the switch to flowering. Once flowering has commenced, they will be ready for harvest around eight or nine weeks later. Outdoors, Lady Lavenberry should be ready for harvest by the beginning of October, when cultivated in the Northern Hemisphere. Yields have shown to be somewhat low, however with an increased trichome/potency production, the yield is a small sacrifice to make. Not recommended for commercial growers, but certainly recommended for the connoisseur.
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